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Peppermint (Mint) oil
Peppermint (Mint) oil
The health benefits of our peppermint oil include its ability to treat indigestion, respiratory problems, headache, nausea, fever, stomach and bowel spasms, as well as for pain relief.
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The health benefits of peppermint oil include its ability to treat indigestion, respiratory problems, headache, nausea, fever, stomach and bowel spasms, as well as for pain relief. Due to the presence of menthol, menthone and menthyl esters, peppermint and peppermint oil find wide applications in the manufacturing of soap, shampoo, cigarettes, toothpaste, chewing gum, tea and ice cream.
Peppermint is a cross between watermint and spearmint and is native to Europe. Historically, the herb has been known for its medicinal uses, and its impressively long history often gives it the prestigious title as the world’s oldest medicine.
The main virtues of Mint oil are digestive, antispasmodic, tonic, virtues febrifuges, immunostimulatory and even anti-infective.
Medicinal Uses of Peppermint Oil
In dietary supplements, peppermint oil has been tried for a variety of digestive problems including:
Irritable bowel syndrome
Dietary supplements containing peppermint oil are also used by some people for the following conditions, although there is no clear evidence that they are helpful:
Cramps of the upper gastrointestinal tract and bile ducts
Bacterial overgrowth of the small intestine
Inflammation of the mouth and throat
Sinus and respiratory infections
Liver and gallbladder problems
Skin preparations containing peppermint oil are used by some people for the following conditions, although, again, there is no clear evidence that they are helpful:
Inflammation of the mouth
Health Benefits of Peppermint Oil
The health benefits of peppermint oil include the following:
Indigestion: Peppermint oil is very helpful as an aid for digestion. People often put a few drops of peppermint oil in a glass of water and drink it after their meal for its beneficial digestive properties. It is carminative and therefore helps in removing excess gas. Peppermint oil is also a good tonic for those who have a low appetite, and it helps treating motion sickness, nausea and upset stomachs. Preliminary research has proved that peppermint oil, when combined with caraway oil can be used for treating heartburn.
Peppermint oil can relax the smooth muscles of the GI tract, which is why it is so commonly a component of “over-the-counter” medications. A number of studies have also shown it to be a great reliever of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), which affects millions of people every year and is characterized by abdominal pain or discomfort without any other diagnosed disease. Further research still needs to be done on the exact mechanism by which this occurs, but numerous studies have validated these effects.
Dental care: Peppermint oil, due to its antiseptic properties, is very useful in dental care. It also eliminates bad breath and helps teeth and gums fight off hazardous germs. Unsurprisingly, these attributes mean that peppermint oil is added to numerous toothpastes, and it is also been shown to be useful in the treatment of toothaches. At times, the inhalation of peppermint oil vapor can be anti-inflammatory and pain relieving, so it can even be added to postoperative oxygen, particularly after oral surgeries.
Nail Care: The antifungal properties of peppermint oil are well studied, and there is significant research that shows peppermint oil, when topically applied, can reduce the chances of fungal nail infection, which affects many people around the world.
Mint oil is very effective for problems of rheumatic diseases in association with essential oil of Salal, eucalyptus oil and macadamia oil. -Mint oil and jojoba and macadamia oil enough to appease your liver crisis. -In case of sprain, you can massage the painful area of a mixture of Mint, strawflower and vegetable oil (jojoba or macadamia nuts). -To treat your gastroenteritis, apply a small mixture of Mint, tarragon and laurier. To soften this mixture, dilute it with macadamia oil. -To calm a lumbago, oil of mint associated the strawflower, Salal, the laurier as macadamia nuts (or jojoba) oil are sufficient to relieve. -The headache you most be a clever mixture of essential oil of Mint, basil, lavender and vegetable oil of macadamia nuts. -A combination of two mints (peppermint and rustic Mint), lavender and vegetable oil of macadamia will come to fight your migraines. -Finally,.among the many uses of mint essential oil, there is its action on the sweating of the hands and feet. Add Sage, Cypress Mint to compensate for this problem.
What are the recommendations for the essential oil of mint?
Mint oil may irritate the skin; therefore use it with caution and for a determined period. A prolonged action can attack your skin. To avoid any problems on the skin, it is recommended to dilute approximately 30% oil of mint with a vegetable oil.
Mint oil is not suitable for pregnant women or lactating women. In the same way, it is not appropriate for young children.
It is best to store all oils in a place dry, away from heat and light.
Attention: If you are currently experiencing a homeopathic treatment, it is absolutely unadvisable to use Mint oil.